KIRO 7 Cox Conserves Heroes

KIRO 7 Cox Conserves Heroes

Congratulations to Laura James on being selected as Western Washington's 2012 Cox Conserves Hero.

2012 KIRO 7's Cox Conserves Hero

Congratulations Laura James! KIRO 7 in partnership with The Trust for Public Land announced Laura James as Western Washington's 2012 Cox Conserves Hero. As her nonprofit of choice, Sustainable West Seattle will receive $10,000. In addition to James, this year's finalists each received $2,500 to donate to their environmental nonprofits of choice: Clyde Kostelecky (Northwest Trek Foundation) and Lynnette Scheidt (Metro Parks Tacoma).   

  • April 2-27 – Nominations (CLOSED)
  • June 18 - July 16 – Voting (CLOSED)
  • July 25 – Winner Announcement 

2012 Cox Conserves Heroes Finalists

2012 Cox Conserve Finalist Clyde Kostelecky

Finalist - Clyde Kostelecky

Clyde uses his experience leading park projects to transform the way that parks and wildlife are appreciated. Nonprofit of Choice: Northwest Trek Foundation.

2012 Cox Conserve Heroes Finalist Laura James

Hero - Laura James

As an eco-friendly scuba diver, Laura commits her time to cleaning up Earth’s oceans. Nonprofit of Choice: Sustainable West Seattle.

2012 Cox Conserve Heroes Finalist Lynnette Scheidt

Finalist - Lynnette Scheidt

Lynnette’s commitment to clean, safe parks in the South Puget Sound spans more than 40 years. Nonprofit of Choice: Metro Parks Tacoma.

Program Information

Nominate a Hero

Nominate a Hero (CLOSED)

KIRO 7 and The Trust for Public Land want to recognize your hero. Nominate someone for the Cox Conserves Heroes award. $15,000 will be donated to local environmental nonprofits.

Cox Conserves Past Heroes

Our Heroes

See profiles of our past winners and the benefiting local environmental nonprofits.

Cox Conserves Heroes FAQs

Cox Conserves Heroes FAQs

Find answers to your questions about eligibility, nomination, and selection process.

 
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